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mikelite's picture
mikelite
Activity Score 1031

::shrug::

hadrianapolis's picture
hadrianapolis
Activity Score 733

I couldn't understand the idea? May someone explain it for me? Relation between flag and immigration law?

Is it mean that immigration allows culturel riches?

A. J. SMITH's picture
A. J. SMITH
Activity Score 2822

I think so, but it sends out an odd message, making the all white flag appear villanous somehow.

ellehcimeo's picture
ellehcimeo
Activity Score 3376

i think it is a comment on how people who immigrate to the US add colour to the country, as in skin colour, as in cultural colour. the flag may be red white and blue, but really it is made up of the people who live in the country... perhaps the law firm is trying to tug at new-commers heart strings to get clients?
i don't like it though, i don't think it says as much as i just postulated and i don't think it has anything to do with immigration law.

sloppy4's picture
sloppy4
Activity Score 1492

that's what i got out of, too

jessicahoppe's picture
jessicahoppe
Activity Score 72

here the idea is more...let's do another white ad...that always works..it s so clear and simple...hä? nope...no go. so many interpretations...it could even be seen negatively..no good.

teenie's picture
teenie
Activity Score 1894

Something's off with "Add colour." I get that the law firm is targeting people who will add colour to the country, but the message feels incomplete. "Add your own colours" or "Just add colour". Plus you don't "add colour" to a drawing, you colour it in. There's a disconnect here.

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